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Old 08-12-2012, 07:09 AM   #1
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new tank symdrome help

So my tank is now cycled yay!!! But now i have a big agealy (mind my spelling lol) problem its that rusty coloured one that in my years of fish keeping i always get .... blah to me the most annoying one lol is there anything i can get to help it to pack its bags and bugger off outta my tank thanks in advance

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Algae blooms are a part of establishing a new SW tank. Do you know if its cyano or diatoms? Are you using Ro/Di water? How large is the system and are you running any reactors?
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